Free Press Journal
  • Mass gain of the Antarctic snow is more than losses

    Washington DC : A new NASA study has revealed that the mass gains of Antarctic Ice Sheet is currently adding enough ice to the continent to outweigh the increased losses from its thinning glaciers, reports ANI.

  • Single gene can influence obesity

    Washington : Researchers have identified a single variation in a gene that influences obesity in children and adults by lowering the levels of a certain protein that helps us feel full.

  • Bhutda elected as president of VD Bank

    Ujjain : Member of Pragati Panel has been elected on the post of president while member of Vikramaditya Panel clinched the post of vice-president of the Vikramaditya (VD) Bank on Saturday.  Ashok Bhutda of Pragati Panel was elected as president while Mohan Kala of Vikramaditya Panel was elected as vice-president of the prestigious cooperative bank of the city. However, in the election of 12-member board of directors, Vikramaditya Panel has dominated over

  • Lack of sleep zaps cell growth, brain activity

    New York : Besides making you tired, lack of adequate sleep can short-circuit your system and interfere with a fundamental cellular process that drives physical growth, physiological adaptation and even brain activity, new research has found, reports IANS.

  • CISCO gathers intel from SFA

    Ujjain : The team of CISCO who had reached the Simhastha Fair Authorities (SFA) last month have returned to their place after gathering fair related data and have asked a time of 4 days to come with a plan.

  • Devotees throng to witness 107th Mahamanglik

    Ujjain : 107th Mahamanglik ritual was organised at Shri Manibhadra Tirthdham Bhairavgarh under the aegis of Muni Rishabhchandra Vijay here on Sunday. A splurge of devotees thronged to witness the religious ceremony.

  • Ovarian cancer pill can help men

    London : A new research has revealed that an ovarian cancer pill for women might provide a highly effective treatment for up to a third of men with advanced prostate cancer, reports ANI. The ovarian cancer, ‘Olaparib,’ is the first drug which was used to tackle inherited cancer mutations. Researchers at Institute of Cancer Research found it could also halt tumour growth in many men with treatment-resistant prostate cancer, The Independent reports. The

  • Illegally refilled LPG cylinders seized

    BHOPAL : A team of Food and Civil Supplies department on Sunday raided Priti Home Appliance at Ashoka Garden and found small LPG cylinders being refilled which has been banned. The team seized metal nozzles used for refilling.

  • 8 contractual teachers axed

    Ujjain: Eight teachers who were employed under Samvida Shala Shikshak-1 and 2 were terminated for being absent for the long time. Zila Panchayat CEO took the action of terminating them with immediate effect. DEO informed that two teachers of Samvida Shala Shikshak-1 and six of Grade-2 have been terminated. Sapna Agrawal posted at Govt HS School Mehidpur Road and Narendra Kumar Rai posted at Govt HS Narayana of Grade-1 and Paridhi Goyal

  • Niranjani Akhada to appoint fair manager after Diwali

    Ujjain: Shri Dashnam Niranjani Akhada, found in 904 AD, is likely going to appoint the fair manager for the upcoming Simhastha fair. The ‘Ramta Panch’ of the Akhada will convene a meeting later this month, after Diwali to discuss the affairs of the Simhastha fair. Ramta Panch is a group of senior sadhus of the Akhada who are responsible for managing the Akhada dealings during the fair. The team of Ramta Panch

  • WCD minister seeks Centre’s help to reunite Pak boy with mother

    BHOPAL : Women and child development minister Maya Singh on Sunday urged the Ministry of External Affairs to help reunite Ramzan with his mother in Pakistan. She wrote a letter to Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj in this regards on Sunday.

  • VHP complains of evangelism to Collector Kiyawat

    Ujjain : Police and administrative officials on the complaint of evangelism reached at the family seminar being held by the Ujjain Diocese and had words with the organising committee at Nipun Mangalik Bhavan, Udyan Marg on Saturday. Officials also reached at the Church located at Alkapuri and conducted inquiry from the staff. Spokesperson of Vishav Hindu Parishad (VHP), Anil Kasliwal alleged that in the guise of family seminar Ujjain Diocese is involved

  • Union ministry sanctions Rs.21 crore for regional roads

    NAGDA: The Ministry for National Highway and Road Transport has sanctioned the around Rs.300 core for the renovation of the Nagda-Khachrod roads in the state. And around Rs. 21 crore has been sanctioned by Union Minister Nitin Gadkari to renovate the link roads of area.

  • Krishi Upaj Mandi secretary Vijaywargiya suspended

    UNHEL: The joint director of MP state Agriculture Marketing Board Ujjain has suspended Krishi Upaj Mandi Samiti secretary Atmaram Vijaywargiya on Friday on the charges of tax evasion. It may be noted that Mandi president and directors complaint about him after which the allegations were checked and Vijaywargiya was suspended. Informing about the same, Mandi president Shankar Patel said that on September 21, they complaint to the board about various cases of

  • Awareness campaign to say NO to polythene

    Ujjain : With an objective to conserve the environment and for the upcoming Simhastha-2016, Late Hariram Choubey Vichar Manch, Rupantaran and Seva Sarthi Education Society jointly launched an awareness campaign to say NO to polythene. The campaign was launched by the office bearers of the groups at Itwaria Market of Daulatganj on Sunday. They made vendors, vegetable sellers and traders aware about the harmful effect of polythene and administered them an oath

  • Indebted man consumes poison, dies

    Ujjain: A man allegedly under stress of the debt he had taken, consumed poison in his residence located on the Archana Complex, near Indore Road on Sunday. The deceased was identified as Mukesh Prajapat (34), who died of poisoning at the Civil Hospital. He had approached his wife Sandhya, after consuming poison and told her about the step he had taken. The family immediately rushed him to the Civil Hospital, where he

  • Foundation Day of MP celebrated with big fanfare across state

    DHAR : The main function was organized at Govt Boys Higher Secondary School at Ghoda Choupaty where district panchayat president Malati Mohan Patel unfurled the national flag. Member of Parliament Savitri Thakur, MLA Neena Vikram Gupta, collector Jaishree Kiyawat, SP Rajesh Hingankar, Civic Body president Mamta Joshi, CEO of district panchayat Shrikant Baoth, commandant of 34th battalion of Dhar Mrs Krishanvenu Deshavatu, Forest officer Gaurav Choudhary, SDM Jitendra Singh Chauhan and others